CHAS Welcomes Four New Fellows

Congratulations to the following University of Chicago Faculty for being newly named CHAS Fellows on the basis of their contributions to health policy and services research. Debra Stulberg is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and a member of...

CHAS eNews: July 2017

POLICY BRIEFS: Neighborhood Social Status and Health; Trump, Congress, and a Public Health Crisis? SERVICE DELIVERY INNOVATIONS: Suicidality and School-Based Victimization Among Sexual Minority Youth; ANNOUNCEMENTS: CHAS Receives New Grant For Paris...

CHAS eNews: June 2017

POLICY BRIEFS: Youth Violence is Preventable, not Inevitable; Community Trust as a Public Health Concern; SERVICE DELIVERY INNOVATIONS: Computerized Suicide Risk Assessment; ANNOUNCEMENTS: Photojournalism and Social Welfare; CHAS Fellow Alan Zarychta Receives Award;...

CHAS Receives New Grant For Paris Conference

CHAS has received new funding from the University of Chicago Center in Paris Faculty Steering Committee to co-host a 2018 conference to focus on public insurance with an international examination. This will be the second collaborative event between SciencesPo-LIEPP...

Photojournalism and Social Welfare

Over the years, Lloyd DeGrane has done valuable work with both CHAS and the School of Social Service Administration as a whole. His work in photojournalism demonstrates the diversity of ways people can engage in activities to improve social welfare for disadvantaged...

CHAS Fellow Alan Zarychta Receives Award

Congratulations to CHAS Fellow Alan Zarychta for receiving the American Political Science Association (APSA)’s 2017 Leonard D. White Award for best dissertation in the field of public administration. Zarychta will be presenting his dissertation at APSA’s...